Piano Trio in A-flat major, Hob.XV:14 (Haydn, Joseph)

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 Piano part (no string parts)
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Peter (2008/5/19)

Haydn - Piano Trio Hob.XV.15.pdf
Publisher Info.:

Berlin: J. J. Hummel, n.d.[1790?]. Plate 947


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 Violin part
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 Piano score
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PMLP40602-Haydn - Piano Trio Hob-XV-14 1790 - violin.pdf

Friedrich Hermann (1828-1907)

Publisher Info.:

Leipzig: C.F. Peters, n.d.(ca.1890). Plate 7456.


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Misc. Notes:

This is trio number 11 in the Hermann edition. It is number 27 in the Robbins Landon chronological list. Composed in 1790.


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  • Jess (Kropfitsch)-Trio. Vienna (2010-11 season)
II. Adagio; III. Rondo

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General Information

Work Title Piano Trio
Alternative Title
Composer Haydn, Joseph
Opus/Catalogue Number Hob.XV:14 ; Op.39 ; Op.68 (L&B)
Key A-flat major
Movements/Sections 3 movements
I. Allegro moderato
II. Adagio
III. Rondo (Vivace)
Year/Date of Composition 1790 January (11?)
Composer Time Period Classical
Piece Style Classical
Instrumentation harpsichord or piano, violin, cello
Mss Sources Mss parts, 1790-97 (D-LEm Poel.mus.Ms.144)

Misc. Comments

Grove lists this with the title "Sonata", and several of Haydn's other works for violin, cello, and harpsichord or piano have different titles in different editions, some of which are "Sonata".

It has also been included in some lists as Opus 68 (under which it was published by Longman & Broderip in 1792, so registered September 12 1792 @ Stationers Hall- as a sonata, in this case.)

Unlike some cases, though, it seems the Hummel (first or early) edition actually called it trio (many trios of the Classical era after all were published as "sonatas" and nothing but.)
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